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    Johannes Eisele/Getty Images The New York Times scored a rare interview with Shi Zhengli, a Chinese virologist at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Nicknamed “bat woman” by some, Zhengli’s study of bat coronaviruses has raised questions over whether the Covid-19 pandemic began in her lab. In an interview with the Times, Zhengli denied the lab leak allegations. But, as the...
    Bill Barr Attorney General Merrick Garland is meeting with leaders from CNN, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, and he’s going to have some explaining to do. All three media organizations have recently learned that, under Donald Trump, the Justice Department seized email records of some of their reporters, and stories about other questionable records seizures—including of Democratic members of...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a cook at a Greenwich Village diner was attacked Saturday morning when he wouldn’t let a man use their bathroom. It happened around 9:45 a.m. at the Washington Square Diner on West Fourth Street. READ MORE: In-Person Races Resume In NYC With New York Mini 10K According to police, the 77-year-old cook refused to...
    Bob Raines, Shoreline Unified School District superintendent, walks through campus at West Marin School in Point Reyes Station on Friday, Aug. 30, 2019. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal)  Robert Raines, the West Marin schools superintendent accused of child molestation, has been effectively fired with about three weeks left in his career. The Shoreline Unified School District board voted 4-0 on a...
    20 facts you might not know about E.T.: The Extraterrestrial The 5 Most Important Changes to Your Retirement in Congress’s New ‘Secure 2.0’ Bills Former Michigan State basketball player Keith Appling pleaded not guilty to a murder charge and was denied bail at a hearing in Detroit on Thursday, according to The Associated Press. Appling’s attorney entered the not-guilty...
    The persistent delays in issuing Firearm Owner’s Identification cards in Illinois that has doubled in the last year-and-a-half continues after a federal judge shot down a motion this week seeking to force the state to issue backlogged cards. Illinoisans who want to legally buy or own firearms and ammunition must have a FOID card issued by Illinois State Police....
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    CHICAGO (CBS)– A man has been charged with attempted murder for shooting at a CTA bus West Pullman neighborhood. Fred White, 37, shot at a CTA bus after he was denied a ride for not wearing a mask. oTwo bullets hit the bus door, but no one was injured. White is now facing four felony counts.
    Federal law enforcement at the U.S.-Mexico border stopped 180,034 people who tried to enter the country illegally in May, the highest amount in more than two decades. The May total of people who tried to get into the United States by sneaking in between land crossings or were denied entry at border checkpoints was up from 178,622 in April and...
    H3 Podcast / YouTube Trisha Paytas and Ethan Klein, popular "Frenemies" podcast co-hosts, are feuding.  Paytas has released screenshots of texts where they called Klein "Jewy" during a financial dispute. Paytas since apologized for the language and denied being antisemitic or anti-Jewish. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After a prolonged outburst on social media, YouTuber Trisha...
    DALY CITY — Prosecutors have filed a hate crime charge against a man they say threatened to kill an Asian American postal worker while chasing him and grabbing his mailbag last week. Lamont Demetrius West Verdon, 26, described by police as an unhoused Oakland man, was arrested on suspicion of a hate crime, making criminal threats, and illegal drug possession,...
    (CNN)A Ghanaian court on Tuesday denied bail to 21 gay rights activists arrested nearly three weeks ago for what police described as an unlawful gathering, their lawyer said.The 16 women and five men were told to reappear in court on June 16 for their next hearing. Some were seen weeping after the ruling in the southeastern city of Ho.LGBTQ people...
    Despite insisting to state parole commissioners that he was “so sorry for what I’ve done,” a former Lomita chef convicted of killing his wife and cooking her body to eliminate the evidence lost his bid Tuesday, June 8, for an early release from prison. David Viens, 58, was denied parole during a nearly six-hour hearing where he provided a detailed...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A man was arrested after he shot at a CTA bus in the West Pullman neighborhood. According to police, the man was not allowed on the bus because he was not wearing a mask. The man then started shooting a the bus near 119th Street and Princeton Avenue. Two bullets hit the bus door, but no one was...
    (CNN)When Ever López walked across the stage at his North Carolina high school graduation, he became the first of his immediate family to graduate high school.But the Asheboro High School student, who had the Mexican flag draped over his shoulders as he walked the stage, says he was denied his diploma on graduation day for wearing the flag.López's cousin, Adolfo...
    (CNN)The US Navy has denied a request by football team captain Cameron Kinley to delay his military service and try to play in the National Football League.Kinley, Navy's 2021 class president who graduated last month, had signed with the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted rookie cornerback and attended the team's rookie minicamp two weeks ago. But...
    The 'Butcher of Bosnia' Ratko Mladic has had his convictions and life sentence for masterminding a genocide upheld by the UN.  The former Bosnian Serb military chief led troops who carried out a string of deadly campaigns including the Srebrenica massacre and the siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War between 1992 and 1995.  He was convicted in 2017 and...
    Mikel Aties, 42, (R) from Havana, Cuba, hugs his girlfriend Veronica after entering the United States at the Paso del Norte International Bridge in El Paso, Texas on March 11, 2021, after waiting for two years under the 'Remain in Mexico' policy, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The Biden administration has formally ended the previous administration’s anti-asylum Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) policy,...
    The Navy reportedly denied a request by a recent academy graduate to delay his service in favor of playing for the NFL. Cameron Kinley, the 2021 Naval Academy graduating class president and football team captain, hoped to be included under a 2019 directive implemented under former President Donald Trump that allowed academy graduates to request a delay in their...
    Life has changed for most everyone amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, but students have faced unique and sudden shifts. For high schoolers who are graduating into a world that is in some ways both new and transitional, the experience can feel especially fraught and anxiety-inducing. Still, though, for students who are able to participate in a traditional, in-person graduation ceremony and...
    Attorneys for Chicago Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday they would provide a sworn declaration to clarify a policy that denied interviews to white journalists. During the Monday hearing related to a suit brought by the Daily Caller News Foundation and Judicial Watch, a district judge ordered Lightfoot’s office to file within the week a declaration under oath about...
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    A STUDENT sparked controversy after he was reportedly denied his high school diploma for wearing a Mexican flag over his graduation gown and allegedly refusing to apologize. Ever Lopez said that he wanted to honor his Mexican heritage as the first person in his immediate family to graduate during the ceremony in Asheboro High School in North Carolina on...
    A North Carolina high school graduate was reportedly denied his diploma for wearing a Mexican flag in violation of the school’s dress code. Ever Lopez, who is Mexican American, draped a Mexican flag over his gown at Asheboro High School’s graduation ceremony in May, prompting the principal to ask him to take the flag off, video of the ceremony shows....
    A North Carolina high school senior was denied a diploma after walking up to the stage with a Mexican flag draped over his gown.  Ever Lopez can be seen in footage crossing the podium at Asheboro High School while wearing the flag before pausing as he is spoken to by school principal Penny Crooks.  During the conversation he briefly begins to...
    The Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida is seen on Friday, after a fatal shooting at the facility. WPTV Florida officials say an elderly man killed his boss after being fired from a sugar mill Friday.   Felix Cabrera, 86, faces a charge of first-degree murder.  Officials say Cabrera pulled a gun on the victim when he was denied...
    A student at Asheboro High School in Asheboro, North Carolina, was denied his diploma on Thursday after wearing a Mexican flag over his graduation gown at the commencement ceremony. “I just gotta represent — I did it for my family. They came over here to give me a better future,” explained Ever Lopez of why he showed up to his graduation ceremony...
    ASHEBORO, N.C. -- A North Carolina high school senior was denied his diploma because he draped a Mexican flag over his gown in violation of a graduation dress code, school officials said.A 68-second video of the graduation at Asheboro High School on Thursday shows the unidentified student wearing the flag over his gown, on his back and shoulders, as he...
    Stephen M. Keller/Southwest Airlines A Muslim woman filed a complaint with the Department of Transportation against Southwest Airlines.  Fatima Altakrouri said the airline denied her an exit row seat because of her hijab. Altakrouri told USA Today she heard flight attendants saying, "if we sat her there, she'd bring down the plane in an emergency."  Visit Insider's homepage...
    Robb Recommends: This Stylish Spice Rack Keeps Your Godforsaken Mess of Seasonings Perfectly Organized Olympic gold medalist gets 5-year ban for anti-doping violation © Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Longchamp Alexandra Shipp is speaking her truth. The 29-year-old actress took to Instagram this week and posted a selfie of herself along with a lengthy and heartfelt message about her coming...
    Loading the player... Alexandra Shipp has plenty to be proud about this June. In a recent Instagram post, the actress officially came out to her fans and followers, writing in her caption, “It feels incredible.” From starring in hit films like Love, Simon, the X-Men series, and Straight Outta Compton, Shipp is one of the most in-demand young actresses...
    GRANT Shapps has confirmed the "Nepal variant" - hours after the World Health Organisation slapped down reports of a new mutation. The Transport Secretary said this afternoon "there's a sort of Nepal mutation of the Indian variant", which has "caused concern". ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 5Grant Shapps said this afternoon scientists are looking into the...
    South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem vowed on "Fox & Friends" Thursday to appeal a court ruling that upheld the Biden administration’s decision to cancel a Fourth of July fireworks show at Mount Rushmore. "The decision was really arbitrary, that's why we’ll be appealing this decision, and the fight isn't over," Noem said. "This is part of the radical left's agenda....
    London (CNN)It wasn't long ago that Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, claimed members of the British royal family had made overtly racist comments about the skin color of their first-born child. The implication was clear: That there was concern at the heart of the monarchy over how a baby who may look different from the rest of the...
    George Gojkovich/Getty Images The NFL has offically ended a policy known as "race-norming" due to a civil rights lawsuit.  "Race-norming" is the assumption that Black players had a lower cognitive function than whites. The policy made it harder for retired Black players to get settlement checks for brain injuries.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The NFL...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A major court victory this week for thousands of unemployed Californians -- many received EDD benefits only to find hackers were stealing money off their EDD debit cards.Bank of America issued those cards and now is defending a class-action lawsuit that claims the bank has been illegally denying claims for refunds.As we previously reported, a federal...
    A judge this week rejected a resentencing request by a Palmdale woman who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the death of her 8-year-old-son, who died after months of beatings, starvation and torture, including being forced to eat cat feces and sleep handcuffed in a small wooden drawer. Pearl Sinthia Fernandez, 37, was sentenced to life in prison without parole...
    GHISLAINE Maxwell has been denied bail for a fifth time as a judge said Jeffrey Epstein's alleged "madam" still poses a flight risk. A New York judge shut down the British socialite's latest attempt to be let out of a Brooklyn prison until her trial, which is due to start in November. 5The British socialite has been denied bail for...
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    SAN FRANCISCO -- A victory on Tuesday for legions of jobless workers in California. Thousands reported that fraudsters had drained the money off their EDD debit cards - and Bank of America denied them a refund. But Tuesday a federal judge ordered the bank to stop automatically denying their claims for refunds, as required by law.The court required the bank...
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    The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Tuesday held that federal courts have a limited role in reviewing immigration judge findings, reversing a decision from the Ninth Circuit appeals court that helped grant immigration relief to illegal aliens seeking asylum. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in a 9-0 decision that there is “nothing in the [Immigration and Nationality Act]” that “contemplates anything like...
    A Virginia school board put a teacher on leave after he cited science and Christianity when opposing a draft policy that requires teachers to agree with childrens’ claim that they are members of the opposite sex.  “I love all my students, but I will never lie to them regardless of the consequences,” gym teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross told the Loudoun...